TAG Body Art

Face Paint
Face Paints
TAG Face Paint blends in easily and gives long lasting coverage that does not peel or crack. It is easy to apply, comfortable to wear and easy to remove. TAG’s wax based formulation allows the makeup to flex with body movements without cracking. TAG Face Paints have a soft and creamy consistency and activate easily with less water than normal face paints. TAG is rich in color and appears bright even when painted over darker colors. They work exceptionally well for line work.


Palettes
Palettes
TAG offers a variety of face painting palettes with either 6 or 12 colors, mostly 10 grams of each color. TAG palettes work great for line work, especially lighter colors over darker ones. TAG's wax based formulation allows the makeup to flex with body movements without cracking.


Split Cakes
Split Cakes
TAG Split cakes are rich in color and are a brilliant way of creating multi color designs quickly. They come with 2, 4 or 6 colors and are easy to put on and take off. TAG face paints can be easily activated with very less water and they are comfortable to wear for long durations.
TAG Body Art products are hypoallergenic and made with skin safe ingredients. Some TAG products might include perfumes.

TAG neon colors are labeled for use on hair and special FX only, and not as a cosmetic. However this excludes TAG white, blue and violet, which are marked as safe on skin.

Note: In the event of a rare skin reaction, quickly wash the face paint off with soap and water.

Note: US FDA recommends against using red, yellow, orange or purple face paints near the eyes and or using blue, green or purple facepaints near the lips to avoid possible staining issues. Neon Face Paints are not recommended for use very close to eyes and mouth.
Recommended applicators
Apply with a damp brush or sponge.

Mixing tips for Face Paint
When using a brush, wet the face paint with less water. For line work, prick a small hole in the middle and put just a few drops of water to simulate a “well”.

If you are using a sponge, spray water from a spray bottle to slightly mist the makeup. Be sure to start with very little water and add more if needed, to reach the right consistency.

Mix by slightly rubbing the applicator on top of the makeup until you get a creamy consistency.

Application of Face Paint
Load a flat brush or sponge with split cake paint and apply to the face with consistent and even strokes.

Application of Split Cake
Load a flat brush or sponge with split cake paint and apply to the face with consistent and even strokes.

Note: In the event of a rare skin reaction, quickly wash the face paint off with soap and water.

Removal
Washes off with just soap and water. (Note that slight traces of color may remain for a short while after washing.)

In case the face paint does not go off completely (especially reds and greens), a gentle cleansing cream is recommended for removal.

Do not use baby wipes with oils as the oil could cause the color to penetrate the skin and cause staining that is difficult to remove.

Removal from fabric
Avoid contact with fabric, carpet, and upholstery. In the event of an accidental contact, immediately spot treat with baby shampoo, liquid dish soap or cleaners similar to OxyClean. Use a toothbrush to loosen the makeup. DO NOT use water until makeup is fully loosened. Once completely loosened, add a small amount of warm water and wet vacuum or blot the area. Repeat if needed.

To store
Leave the container open till the makeup dries well. This keeps the makeup from going too soft.

We recommend using the face paint within eighteen months of opening as older face paint is likely to dry out and be less effective.

Cover and store in a clean, dry, dust-free area, away from direct sunlight.

Regular Colors

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Pearl Colors

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Neon under Regular light

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Neon under Black light

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